Date: Thu, 07 Apr 2022 23:28:14 UTC
Hello, dear community I've got non-working gnome-shell with the recent GNOME upgrade in the new 2022Q2 quarterly port branch. My laptop: [pavel.timofeev@carbon ~]$ freebsd-version -ku 13.1-RC1 13.1-RC1 I don't mention drm-fbsd13-kmod breakage due ABI changes (?) as I was able to recompile it against 13.1-RC1 locally and make it work (with some visual artefacts for some reason) But I can't make that new GNOME work and switched to XFCE for now. GDM starts fine, but once I login I get "oops, something went wrong" message from gnome-shell. I disabled GDM autostart and got this in my .xinitrc: exec gnome-session --debug > .xsession-errors 2>&1 Then I started X with startx. The error file is attached. Found something similar on debian mail list, where they suggested upgrading to gnome-shell 42. https://firstname.lastname@example.org/msg1849602.html The reporter says it helped. Not sure if I get the same error. Am I the only one who experiences this issue with GNOME?